Okay, so, my mother gave me a female Betta fish recently *PEACE!* She was under the impression that they didn't need a tank...just a small bowl (such as one a little bigger than they come in) Instead of killing the poor fish that way, I thought I could put her in a bigger tank One problem: my mother doesn't want Jasmine in her tank (community with guppies, tetras, pleco, and a platy) and my father sure as hell doesn't want her in his tank (cichlid, crawfish, minnows, baby perch, pleco) I'm not allowed to get another tank: I simply have no room for another tank. So, could I put her in a one gallon with my six 1 month old guppy fry and single baby crawfish? (Yes, I know that a one gallon is wayy too small, but when they older and bigger, I'm going to place them in my mother's tank.) Would she eat the fry and would the crawfish hurt her? I still know that this is not proper for a Betta *SICK* but I think it's slightly better than a non- filtered, heated, aerated bowl.